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north beach tvm retrieval options resulting from a meeting held on november 19th facilitated by supervisor david chiu. director rifkin and i met with the members of north beach community and [speaker not understood] the community's concern to minimize surface disruption on columbus avenue between union and powell streets. [speaker not understood] discussionses with north beach community groups including renew sf, washington square park, friends of washington square park, telegraph hill dwellers, joining the development of the final supplemental seisseir, from 2006 to 2008. during the environmental review period, presentationses were made. comments received, and incorporated into the final environmental document. now, since 2006, the project held 10 community meetings in north beach to inform residents, business owners and organizations of the proposed construction activities. during the project's ten-year planning and development process, other retrieval shaft options along stockton and columbus street right-of-way were evaluate and had presented to the public including the o
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be obtained at this time, staff recommends that the project focus on constructing the approved retrieval shaft. thank you for the opportunity to brief you on the central subway and i'm available to answer any questions you might have. >> thank you. i have a couple. thank you for the excellent report. that has to do with the final line of this thing, if necessary approval. i assume one approval would be from the owner of the pagoda theater, a deal. probably environmental one from the city. what other ones? >> it would -- the environmental approvals from both the planning department and the federal transit administration, i met briefly with the fta this morning to discuss the topic and they're fully briefed on this report presented to you today. and i should have at least a preliminary review from the fta by the end of this week. >> those are the only three approvals -- >> and funding, and additional local funding. >> would that be the ta here we're talking about? >> we have not yet identified funding source. >> okay, thank you. other questions before we hear from the public? >> yes. just to cla
-- >> it was about the size of a labrador retriever. >> that last caller was on to something. the reason it was about the size of a labrador retriever, this lion is actually a labradoodle, a cross between a labrador and a poodle. we're told that charles the monarch is much better with kids than an actual lion. cute, though. >> so adorable. got to love the haircut. >>> finally, the invisible man gets a mac
helps them retrieve their sn goods. >>> a balance is robbed of a critical computer. how a bit of cyber sleuthing helps them retrieve their stolen goods. >> barely underway, and the new boeing fleet of 787s is grounded. the latest incident. >> i would be devastated if something were to happen to her. >> and a south bay toddler caught up in a tug of war between her mother and a would-be attacker. the physical description from police and the clue offered by mom. >>> it was a high-tech crime that took some high-tech know-how to solve! a valuable computer was stolen from a guy area gallery over the christmas break. it wasn't just the computer's owner that ended up the ultimate victim. >> reporter: refer barbing through the window -- after butterbeaning through the window, it wasn't the artwork. >> raced in, grabbed the computer, raced back out. >> reporter: a computer that stored important information gathered over years. the owner hoped to get back the data remotely by launching a program that allows her access to the computer wherever it was. but the computer had to be online. >>
hole he saw a man he did not recognize trying to get into his house. he went and retrieved a gun and when he returned to the front door the burglar had made his way inside. >> the suspect engages in a physical altercation with the resident. during the altercation, the resident loses control of his firearm and he also sees the suspect lose a firearm, which we later determined to be a replica. during the struggle, our resident is able to retrieve a knife that was near the area and fatally stabbed the suspect in the neck. >> pam: police say the suspect is a 54 year old pittsburg resident with an extensive criminal record. police also detained two other people who might have also been involved in the burglary. >> the second story out of pittsburg involving a homeowner confronting an intruder happened around one this afternoon. kron four's jeff bush explains what happened and spoke with the homeowner who caught a fleeing suspect who had broken into his house. >> reporter: pittsburg police were called out early tuesday afternoon oaks by an alarm company. while police were on their way,
golden retrievers. >> we'll follow them for their entire lives. >> as soon as we get the lab results, we'll give you a call. >> reporter: the golden retriever is chosen as cancer is extremely prevalent in the breed. it is the number one cause of death in these dogs over the age of two. >> as they age and develop particular diseases, we will collect that data and then be able to go back and associate those things that happened early in their life with the development of disease later in their life. >> reporter: josh messenger is more than happy to be in the study with his pal louie. >> this research that is being done and this study over the next 10, 15 years will benefit the golden retrievers in the future ando have them in our family. >> reporter: it is hoped the study results could also help identify risk factors of cancer in humans too. that is man's best friend coming through again. >>> coming up, the wizards looking for a win in philly last night without one of their key players. >> here we go again, losing players. plus, the first practice ahead of super bowl and there was some loc
is now under arrest in hospital. it is said he knew the victims nad haand had retrieved psychiac treatment in the past. the guns he used on wednesday, rifle and swift hunting rifle, were not registered. it raises questions about swiss gun law. voters denied stronger laws years ago but both gun related suicide and domestic violence with guns is high in comparison to neighborhing countries. >> cattle-rustling sounds like a story from a cowboy movie but in today's american west, it is not fiction. cattle theft has increased since the financial problems and the rustlers are getting increasingly sophisticated. >> in the heart of texas cattle country, the weekly rituals of the sale barn. ranchers and feed lot owners eye the animals at the heart of the most important industry. a single cow can raise $15,000, an attractive prospect. in recent years, the number of stolen cows has risen, $4 million last year alone. marvin wills is trying to stop it. they have to be quick to keep up with today's rustlers. >> they ran them on horseback and took them wehre they needed to. there are cattle her
the victims nad haand had retrieved psychiac treatment in the past. the guns he used on wednesday, rifle and swift hunting rifle, were not registered. it raises questions about swiss gun law. voters denied stronger laws years ago but both gun related suicide and domestic violence with guns is high in comparison to neighborhing countries. >> cattle-rustling sounds like a story from a cowboy movie but in today's american west, it is not fiction. cattle theft has increased since the financial problems and the rustlers are getting increasingly sophisticated. >> in the heart of texas cattle country, the weekly rituals of the sale barn. ranchers and feed lot owners eye the animals at the heart of the most important industry. a single cow can raise $15,000, an attractive prospect. in recent years, the number of stolen cows has risen, $4 million last year alone. marvin wills is trying to stop it. they have to be quick to keep up with today's rustlers. >> they ran them on horseback and took them wehre they needed to. there are cattle here that can be at the sale barn in paris, which is 300 miles
it on stockton? >> director brinkman, the proposed construction work or retrieval shaft on columbus is quite a bit less in terms of scope than the work at any of the other three sites along the central subway. the mitigation measures that we've successfully deployed at these sites would hold true in north beach. we have the ability to have good representation from a parking control officers who have the ability to control the signal lights to flesh through intersection to prevent back ups. we keep the sites very clean and comply with the city's noise and dust ordinances. and that's continually monitored. pressure washing of the sidewalks so that pedestrians don't have to deal with any intended dirt and debris, just keeping job site cleanliness and safety. those measures were -- we've successfully deployed for the utility work since we've been up there since august of this year and it's been quite successful. but the work that will be occurring in 2013 is more disruptive than what the community actually experienced from the summer till present day. the relocation, utility relocation work remo
to dog news. the american kennel club says the labrador retriever is the most popular dog in america for the 22nd straight year, because they're kind, smart, good sniffers and family-friendly. german shepherds, a solid number two. golden retrievers have edged out beagles for third place. >>> when we come back, beyonce faces the music and delivers a stunner. ♪ g sgreat year in the gulf, we've decided to put aside our rivalry. 'cause all our states are great. and now is when the gulf gets even better. the beaches and waters couldn't be more beautiful. take a boat ride or just lay in the sun. enjoy the wildlife and natural beauty. and don't forget our amazing seafood. so come to the gulf, you'll have a great time. especially in alabama. you mean mississippi. that's florida. say louisiana or there's no dessert. brought to you by bp and all of us who call the gulf home. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebr
. he directed police to a bedroom closet where they retrieved the iphone from a shoe and retrieved his 9 millimeter. he changed his story several times but says he connected with her through a social media app called tag. he did not admit shooting her but her friends cannot understand why. >> water you killing her for? what could she have possibly done to you? >> hard-working, to lose live this early, at such a young age, it's tragic. social media can be dangerous. >> we may get more details. buckley has a court date on february 8. >> some late developments coming from culpeper county, where a former police officers accused of gunning down a woman on -- of patricia cook in a church parking lot. jeff goldberg has been covering the trial and is outside the county courthouse with the latest. >> the jury started deliberations at 2:20 this afternoon. just a minute ago, we got breaking news they have adjourned for the evening. they will be back tomorrow morning at 9:00 for the earliest. it could be sometime tomorrow. does the jury believe his explanation of what happened that da
injuries. >>> a lab retriever is top dog for 2012. that's according to the american kennel club. german shepherds earned second place on the list followed by the golden retriever and bulldog. >>> quiet waters park in anne arundel county. they will host a ravens' rally from 5:00 to 9:00. the event is free to the public. >>> and just in time for super bowl sunday, modell's will be giving away limited edition super purple friday buttons, they can pick up the buttons after 12:00 today and all day tomorrow. they will be available at several locations including the store at the ricest town road plaza. >>> a sunday of super emotions for jack and jackie harbaugh as they watch their sons do battle. but in a way they say they're no different than any mom or dad out there. >> now every parent. every single parent can identify with that. that thrill of victory and the agony of defeat and on sunday night we're going to experience both of those great emotions and our thoughts will be with the one that comes up a little short. >> you're going to ask us how we feel on this historic event? jackie? who h
in baltimore, it's also the most popular in the country. labrador retriever took the top spot last year too. coming in at number two for baltimore, the golden retriever. >>> on tuesday, we showed you a story of a couple in kansas celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary, nothing to scoff at but a local couple they can apparently do one better. >> actually, they can do two better. harry and elizabeth say they've been together 72 years. live on a farm in frederick county and now here's a picture of them on their wedding day back in 1940 and this is them today. their granddaughter lee sent us those photographs and the couple will celebrate their 73rd anniversary in october. 73 years. >> well, they look fantastic. and they look very happy congratulations to them. that is such an accomplishment. >> got to get over to the weather right now with meteorologist lynette charles. the very latest on what happened overnight and how it's going to affect our thursday. >> all right, yeah so we do have some flooding still to talk about. lots of ponding on the roadways this morning but the bumming of the r
golden retrievers under two years old to take part in the study that's expected to last between ten and 15 years. golden retrievers are the dog of choice in part, because they're so prevalent. about 500 dogs have already signed up. the researchers hope to get three thousand. the study will focus on the impact of genetics and environmental exposure on the dogs. cancer is the sfx: horn. ding. ding. how long have you had your car isurance? how long have i had my car insurance? i don't know. eight, ten years. i couldn't tell ya' but things were a lot less expensive back then. if you're 50 or over you should take a new look at your auto insurance. you may be overpaying. actually that makes a lot of sense. old policy. old rates. and thanks to your experience behind the wheel you might save $350 by switching to the aarp auto insurance program from the hartford. plus, you'll get benefits that reward your driving record like our promise that you won't be dropped. wait, you won't drop me, seriously? that's right, you won't be dropped. and, if you know anyone who's been dropped by their insur
a robot is sent into a nuclear plant. once it's exposed to radiation, it can't be retrieved for repairs. so engineers need to make sure the robot won't break down. his team made the machine more solid and outfitted it with more rugged treads. the bot navigated stairways, recorded video and measured radiation levels on the top floor for the first time. >> translator: we wanted to focus on a different area than the u.s. robots so we made lots of improvements before sending it into the plant. >> reporter: but there was still a part of the building the robot couldn't access. the basement. it's flooded with radioactive water, which is leaking. damaged areas urgently need to be identified. but the landing of the stair well that leads to the basement is too narrow for the robot to pass through. he and his team are working on a smaller version that's about 70% the size of the quints. the circuits used in the body are the smallest available. so he separated and stacked them to reduce the robot's size. this new design enables it to explore the basement. the compact robot will be fine-tuned and in
's. they managed to retrieve millions in lost tax revenues. >> now to an austrian actor who only shot to stardom just a few years ago. thanks to director 1 quentin tarantino, he accepted a golden globes. >> he wowed audiences. >> it was the second global blow -- golden globe for christoph waltz. he knew who to thank. >> my indebtedness to you knows no bounds. >> in "django unchained," he plays a bounty hunter who freeze a slave, intending to make him his partner on the road -- who frees a slave, intending to make him his partner on the road. >> and arnold schwarzenegger handed out this award. >> i never thought it handed an award in hollywood by an austrian. >> "amour" tells the moving story of a married couple in paris, both retired music teachers. when she has a heart attack one day, their love is severely tested. [applause] the biggest surprise of the night came when the front- runner, "lincoln," lost out to ben affleck's "argo." it tells of how six american diplomats were rescued from tehran. actress jodie foster was honored in a lifetime achievement award -- with a lifetime achievement awar
through the frozen surface attempting to retrieve a fowl he had shot down. he spent over 30 minutes in the freezing water before a firefighter was able to reach him. >>> next to rhe island where opponents of same-sex marriage packed the state house to rally against the gay marriage bill. the anti-sex coalition assembled nearly 200 people at a hearing to spur lawmakers towards banning legislation that would allow gay and lesbian couples to marry. >>> now, to massachusetts where a spoof on the terminator film franchise sent a principal home for suspension for two days. it came down as he showed students a cyborg killing machine. that was on school grounds. >>> in new york city, a skyscraper is one step closer to being the tallest in the western hemisphere. the tower was hoisted to the 104th floor of one world trade center. once completed, the building will stand 1776 feet high over manhattan. a beauty. >>> and finally a detroit-based company is adding a little hollywood to the north american international auto show. the company is using the 007 aston martin as a prop to promote the in
labrador retriever and part poodle. >> that is unbelievable. >> it does look like a lion. >> a very friendly lion. >> but i think he needs a new haircut. >> to avoid trouble. >>> let's talk about the cold and the rain. >> sandhya patel is here now. >> you can see that there have been few showers skirting the coastline here, and we will be watching these showers develop and move on the coast and near the shore. it is along with the national weather service radar in the santa cruz mountains and it is tracking the cold system for you. light showers around sea ranch and anapolis road. very light returns. we are seeing a little moisture as well. some has been turning into mixed precipitation. as you noticed it is indicated by the pink. it is northeast of sea ranch around the eastern portion of ukiah. we have been seeing some snow developing. certainly coming down in the sierra nevada. chain controls remain in place and all routes lead together tahoe area. it has been coming down heavily in truckee. the temperatures are running colder than where they were 24 hours ago. most of the bay are
and dumped. because it was curfew, nobody could retrieve the bodies. there are questions asked to who carried out the attacks. some of the people who were killed, there were family paramilitaryhe pair liber forces. there are suspicions that the attack could have been carried out by an militant islamic grou. sometimes they attack civilians and military members. >> does anyone know where the prime minister is? >> nobody has seen the prime minister in public since the orders were issued by the supreme court to ensure that his arrest would take place within 24 hours. the national accountability bureau was also told that if any of these people were to escape the country, then they would be personally responsible. they have already put all the airports on alert. they're keeping watch. the immigration authorities have been informed. still no word on where the prime minister is. >> thank you. that was a live report from islamabad. japan's two biggest airlines have grounded their entire fleet of boeing 787 dreamliners after a battery malfunctions forced and all nippon debt to make an emergency landing
gun. he probably never expected to run into a resident armed with a real gun. >> he retrieves a loaded firearm. by the time he makes it back to the front door he is confronted by the suspect who is now inside of his house. >> reporter: authorities say a struggle followed during which both men lost their guns. the homeowner scrambled for a knife. >> fatally stabbed the suspect in the neck. >> reporter: a killing that has shaken this small apartment community. >> this has been a safe area. but this is the first time that's happened since i've been here. >> reporter: people who live here say the fact the resident was armed and the intruder killed doesn't make them feel safer. >> i hear crime is spiraling out of control. >> reporter: the home remains taped off tonight and police are still on scene. they are questioning two other people who they say may also have been involved in that burglary. live in pittsburgh, christin ayers. >> one broke into a bay area museum and made off with a fortune. it happened in less that a minute. the thief stole an historic gold box while the human was closed
by a lion before. a labradoodle is part labrador retriever and part poodle. >> that is unbelievable. >> it does look like a lion. >> a very friendly lion. >> but i think he needs a new haircut. >> to avoid trouble. >>> let's talk about the cold and the rain. >> sandhya patel is here now. >> you can see that there have been few showers skirting the coastline here, and we will be watching these showers develop and move on the coast and near the shore. it is along with the national weather service radar in the santa cruz mountains and it is tracking the cold system for you. light showers around sea ranch and anapolis road. very light returns. we are seeing a little moisture as well. some has been turning into mixed precipitation. as you noticed it is indicated by the pink. it is northeast of sea ranch around the eastern portion of ukiah. we have been seeing some snow developing. certainly coming down in the sierra nevada. chain controls remain in place and all routes lead together tahoe area. it has been coming down heavily in truckee. the temperatures are running colder than where the
reyes -- was from richmond. this is video from sky-7 yesterday -- as the coast guard was retrieving his body. 59-year-old charles quaid was trying to help his wife and dog - after they were knocked over by a wave. he was hit by another wave - and never made it back to shore. there have been other tragedies in the bay area.involving big waves. last friday, a man and his 9 ♪ [ female announcer ] no more paper coupons. no more paper lists. [ dog barking ] ♪ no more paper anything. safeway presents just for u. ♪ save more. save easier. saving more, starts now. just for u on the safeway app. >>> the u-s house is moving forward on a 60-billion dollar aid package to help super storm sandy victims. when a vote was stalled last night by speaker john boehner.east coast leaders were furious. including fellow republicans - new jersey governor chris christie.and rep. peter king. the fuss clearly prompted boehner to do an about- face.and get the bill moving again. >> "the bottom line is that between friday morning and january 15th, those two votes will bring in $60 billion dollars that's absolu
. as is traditional, in istanbul, greek orthodox christians jumped into the bosphorus to retrieve a cross, other orthodox christians, including the russian and coptic churches, will celebrate epiphany on january 19th. >>> that's our program for now. i'm bob abernethy. you can follow us on twitter and facebook and watch us anytime on the pbs app for iphones and ipads. there's always much more on our web site as well. you can comment on all of our stories and share them. audio and video podcasts are also available. join us at pbs.org. as we leave you, more scenes of epiphany and orthodox christmas. major funding is provided by --
-- set meant -- >> compare. >> lowering the river today allowed them to retrieve the egg tubes. . >>> lots of sunshine today and temperatures now dropping off. here is a look at the 20s across the bay area. this was this morning. santa rosa 26 degrees. livermore 28. fairfield 27. over night, once again it will be cold as we head into thursday. inland 27-32 degrees. frost will be a factor as we head into thursday morning. right now on live storm tracker 2, clear skies up above. the current numbers. already dropping back down into the 40s and 50s. except fairfield, i had to double check, 38 degrees. they dropped 9 degrees in the past hour. over night low there in the upper 20s. 27. santa rosa 29. once again we are bundling up thursday morning. san francisco 42. san jose 35. we have a meteor shower that is peaking early thursday morning. you will have to get up early between 4:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. we are expecting partly cloudy skies. you could maybe see 25 meteors on hour. lots of sunshine for today. high pressure in command of the weather as a result we have a dry weather forec
for an ambulance, and retrieve the hand and the suspect had used. tonight officers patrick grant and michael tursi are being recognized for their efforts. they are being awarded the gold medal of valor. [applause] >> captain paul chignell, along with officers tastings ahastingd lopez. >> good evening to you all. my pleasure to introduce richard hastings and that lopez. -- matt lopez. saturday, july 16, 2011, officer richard hastings and asked matt lopez were on duty and in uniform. their primary assignment was to be on a fixed post detail on the imminence of a railway platform on third street between oakdale avenue and plu avenue. this platform and the surrounding areas are notorious for high incidence of robberies, aggravated assaults, indiscriminate shootings, gang activity, illegal firearm possession, as well as a multitude of quality of life cripes. the bayview station has dedicated a high-level police resources to this area, particularly to a recent rash of robberies on and adjacent to the platform. well on the platform, officers tastings and lopez contacted the subject later identified as k
from the shore. alameda fire department went in, retrieved the male and determined that he was deceased. >> alameda police and the east bay regional parks police share jurisdiction at crown beach. officers expect to be at that scene for several snowshowers thieves are expensive taste stole a number of pricey bottles of wi from a top- notch south bay restaurant. the sheriff's office is looking for the burglars who broke into the plum restaurant sometime between sunday and monday. the restaurant is on big basin way. it has an extensive wine collection encased in glass. >> i understand they have a million-dollar wine cellar. i mean -- anything up want there there is there. >> a wine list lists several extremely expensive boughtles, including some priced at several thousand dollars and a few that go for five figures. >>> how easy should it be for the government to access details of yourom activities? it turns out those asks -- requests are skyrocketing. new at noon, janine de la vega tell us why even google cannot do much to protect your information. >> reporter: if you are a google user, t
, the system to the north of the will impact us tomorrow. notice it is retrieving over the west coast. here is a look at futurecast the rain from the south on the golden gate. and impacting the morning commute. a bit of below for the afternoon but with this for the north. that a second system will be for the north bay. that will continue for the rest of the evening hours. a look at your extended forecast what we perceive for the next couple of days. spotty showers on and off. those temperatures are getting quite chilly the arctic air continues with >> diane feinsteincalifornia u.s. senator, dianne feinstein, introduced legislation to renew the country's now expired. assault weapons ban. feinstein said, the bill will ban the sale of 157- military style assault weapons. as well as ban high capacity ammunition clips. she says, the 20 children killed in the new town, connecticut massacre. are a wakeup call for the nation. and now it's time for congress to act. senator feinstein emphasized. the bill does protect the right of *law abiding citizens* who use guns for home security, hunting and othe
closed the broadway and stock top tunnel for a period of time. the bomb squad used a row tote to retrieve the device. and i'll determine what it was they were dealing with. as for north beach and champion china town, businesses are back up and running. >> good to see things are resuming there. tens of thousands of anti-abortion advocates from all over northern california, joined in the nine annual march for life today. that march just ended at san francisco's justin herman plaza and that's where tomas roman joins us live with details. seems this rally gets beggar than ever this year. reporter: impressed organizers this year. that march for life attracted tens of thousands of people from all over northern california. now, that march, from civic center, here to justin herman plazaing tied up traffic on market and adjoining streets for two and a half hours and the matchers' message was simple, overturn roe v. wade. >> the plaza was filled with more than 240u7b people in the ninth annual walk for life. prolife supporters listened to speeches on the norse of roe v. wade. generalster o'neill po
you is represent in a geo graphic space with be stored for retrieval and analysis. >> the department of public works they maintain what goes on in the right-of-way, looking to dig up the streets to put in a pipe. with the permit. with mapping you click on the map, click on the street and up will come up the nchgz that will help them make a decision. currently available is sf parcel the assessor's application. you can go to the assessor's website and bring up a map of san francisco you can search by address and get information about any place in san francisco. you can search by address and find incidents of crime in san francisco in the last 90 days. we have [inaudible] which allows you to click on a map and get nchldz like your supervisor or who your supervisor is. the nearest public facility. and through the sf applications we support from the mayor's office of neighborhood services. you can drill down in the neighborhood and get where the newest hospital or police or fire station. >> we are positive about gis not only people access it in the office but from home because we use the
. rebels say there were more bodies in the river, but they were not able to retrieve them all. they tell us that government snipers prevented them from doing snow -- so. as is not the first time bodies have been pulled out from the river -- this is not the first time bodies have been pulled out from the river, but this is the first time so many bodies have been pulled out for the first time at once in quweiq river. the government says victims were kidnapped and executed by what it calls terrorist groups, an accusation rejected by everyone here who are calling this a new massacre. al jazeera, aleppo city. >> antigovernment protesters and police have fought for a six night in cairo. police said there were volleys of molotov cocktails thrown by citizens. thousands defied the curfew for a second successive night. imports ied -- the defense minister is warning that the unrest could threaten the state. french troops in mali have deployed at the last major speed -- city still under rebel control. french and malian forces have taken control again. there is concern about retaliation. rebel supporter
to ropes, retrieved the dog using a harness, and airlifted the woman you have the beach as well. her injuries were not serious. >>> cbs 5 reporter kristen tells us your cuddly cat is one of the world's most blood-thirsty killers. >> reporter: it's the world from an outdoor cat's point of view. researchers at the university of georgia attached kitty cams to felines and recorded their surprisingly vilent adventures. killing -- violent adventures. >> i think of them as so loving and cuddly. >> reporter: but lauren, a pr rep, knows better. she's seen her cat in action. and her sister's cat say born hunter >> every morning, dead possums, dead birds. >> reporter: a new study found outdoor cats killed 2.4 billion birds a year, more than car accidents, pesticides, and poisons. >> my first reaction was shock. >> reporter: the golden gate autobon society has been trying to educate people for years about their cats' killer instincts. >> a lot of the folks from the humane society have been focused on the welfare of the cats themselves. >> we know that cats are predators. we know that they do ha
labs, golden retrievers and german shepherds the most popular breeds in the u.s. and they don't kill nearly as many birds. >> 3.7 billion birds? >> that's right. >>> time for a look ahead and a look back on this day in history. on the morning of january 31st, 1961, a 5-year-old chimpanzee dubbed ham by his handlers boarded a nasa space capsule and traveled almost 160 miles above the earth to become the first chimp to be launched into space. >>> country music star randy travis is expected to plead guilty to driving while intoxicated in a north texas court today. the hearing in the state district would wrap up a drunk driving case from last summer when travis was accused of crashing his car while driving naked. >>> and say it isn't so. after seven seasons the final hour-long episode of nbc's hit comedy "30 rocks" is tonight. guest stars include nancy pelosi, jillian moore and salma hayek. >>> all day long you can stay on top of the very latest developments on those stories and the best political analysis on msnbc. and tonight, be sure to watch "nbc nightly news" with brian williams. >>
of a officer going to the house and retrieving that weapon. that data is there and the ongoing issue is the resources for the documents especially on the local level for everybody to get out and do that in the way that is safe for the officers. >> good point, thank you. >> and then there are certain guns that you cannot possess. and so we had a presentation that talked about the rifles and basically ak series, and ar series, the cult ar series you are prohibited from possessing them. the semi, automatic rifles with the fixed magazine, that will take more than ten rounds. a 30, something that has less than 30 inches of length. and then, there is, there are the law gives us describes features on a gun, that makes it an assault rifle, things such as a pistol grip. different kinds of stocks, a full meter stock and a grenade or flare launcher, these are military items and a flash suppresser, of these that i show you, the one that is going to be the greatest and the ones that will be the greatest danger to the public are the folding stock, and the flash suppresser. the folding stock makes
went down on ropes, retrieving the dog, and they air-lifted the woman off the beach. we are told her injuries were not serious. >>> if you're still not a dog person after that, listen to this. christin ayers tells us university researchers say your cuddly cat is actually one of the most blood thirsty killers on the planet. >> reporter: it's the world from an outdoor cat's point of view. researchers attached so-called kitty cams to felines and recorded their surprisingly violent adventures. killing a frog, scaring off a possum. >> i always think of them as so cuddly. >> reporter: but lauren knows better. she's seen her cat in action, and her sister's cat is a born hunter. >> every morning, they brought me little gifts of dead birds, dead possums. >> reporter: despite their cuddly exteriors, cats kill more than car accidents, pesticides and poison. the audubon society has been fighting for years to educates people about their cat's killer instincts. it's an issue that is divided. >> a lot of the folks that come to the human society have been
. so who is right? we might know if we had taken hauptmann's begg letter envelope, retrieved a dna sample from the licked flap and compared it to dna samples from the ransom note envelopes. but new jersey refused our request to do a dna analysis. today handwriting analysis has become more sophisticated. and besides hauptmann's writing, bob zorn has samples of john knoll's writing on self-addressed envelopes valued by stamp collectors. if a modern expert could match knoll's writing to the ransom notes, this would strongly suggest he was part of the kidnap plot. so nova asked sargur srihari a pioneer in computer-based handwriting analysis to compare both men's writing with the notes. a computer can do a lot more than a document examiner can do. narrator: srihari's pattern recognition software can isolate words and letters from multiple documents and compare them by precisely measuring their slope, height, width and contour. and we are to do that for every letter of the english alphabet. narrator: srihari analyzed hauptmann's writing first, taking the begg letters a
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